Directors A–Z


BIGFISH has landed Annegret von Feiertag!

Annegret is a Berlin based Illustrator, Motion Designer and Graphic Designer and she has her very own style of directing moving pictures. Her music video for Robin Schulz immediately reaching 5 million views at YouTube was also the start of her international career. We are very happy to welcome Annegret to our team.

Das Sockenschwein! Ein Meisterwerk von Sven Werner Combé

Das Sockenschwein! Ein Meisterwerk von Sven Werner Combé Ein Dokumentarfilm über das Leben von Thomas Göbel und seinem einzigartigen Sockenschwein entstand in Zusammenarbeit mit Jung von Matt SAGA und OTTO.

Master of advertising does pop music video

Director Maximilian Wiedenhofer shot an epic music video for singer Drangsal, starring German superstar and badass actor Lars Eidinger. German press celebrated the BIGFISH production as an outstanding piece of diverse and non-conformist art, seen as being rather untypical for the music industry. The video has been announced and teasered on social media throughout a prologue by German painter Daniel Richter, using an oil painting which he created exclusively for the video.

BIGFISH welcomes LA master of interactive storytelling!

Luc Schurgers has been responsible for a wide range of interactive campaigns that allow viewers to engage and become a part of the story. To Luc, directing is more than creating a beautiful piece of film; it’s about telling stories that people can experience first-hand. With a background in computer graphics, visual effects, and photography and a unique understanding of storytelling and comedy Luc has the perfect skill set to tackle any type of project.  We are more than happy to have this brilliant and fun award-winning director in our pond.


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*) We are a Berlin-based commercial film production. Alongside Lions, Nails and other fine awards that we keep receiving, we want to first of all deliver a good product to our commissioners. Spots and campaigns that work because they are seen and liked by clients, consumers and also, naturally, by us.